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Task 7

  1. 1. Task 7 Oli Georgiou
  2. 2. Pull Quote Headline Strap-Line Copy Copy
  3. 3. Pull Quote Headline Strap-Line Copy Copy
  4. 4. Pull Quote Headline Strap-Line Copy Copy
  5. 5. Fonts Headline Headline Headline Headline Headline Headline Strap Line Strap Line Strap Line Strap Line Strap Line
  6. 6. Fonts Copy Copy Copy Copy Copy Pull-Quote Pull-Quote Pull-Quote Pull-Quote Pull-Quote
  7. 7. Image
  8. 8. Task 7 Evaluation Oli Georgiou
  9. 9. Analysis This is the outcome of my work which I got inspiration from my flat plans I made. The headline is the largest piece of text to make it stand out. I need people to be able to read the headline when the paper is not just in front of them so it can grab peoples attention from afar. The whitespace around the headline makes the page look quite simple and basic which is what I want. The drop capital draws attention to the actual story which is what I need people to read as well. The images are used to attract attention and make people want to read the story. They are also there to fill the white space because for this sort of page I shouldn’t include to much white space because it is not as stylised as other pages that do have a lot of white space. The font I used for the headline needed to be quite urban to fit in with the topic of the story but not to urban that it looks unprofessional because it is still a broadsheet. The font I used for all pieces of text is still clear a easy to read. The way I have laid it out makes it easy for the eye to follow. The pull quote is placed under the top image because there was a lot of white space. All the fonts I used for any piece of my text is clear and easy to read and understand. I used the adverts in this to make it look like a more realistic broadsheet with other pieces of information on the page. I used the text wrap tool on In Design to make the text wrap around the top image so they don’t overlap each other.
  10. 10. Analysis 2 • I used the same font for the headline because it suits the type of story as it is a hip hop artist in the story. I used two main spaces for the text which makes it easy for the viewers eyes to follow because it goes from left to right. The images are then opposite the pieces of text to fit in around them and get rid of white space. I put the pull quote in the middle to make it stand out in between the two sections of text. It is placed in the middle of the text and images so it feels quite central. The adverts in the corner are used to make it look like a real broadsheet so that is why I used them. The images are used to grab peoples attention and if they see someone smiling they might want to know what the story is about because the image could give off a positive effect. All the text is laid out clearly and straight using a base-line. It is a formal piece of information so it needs to get the information across and not let the reader get distracted by the features on the page. The strap-line is quite small but it does the job of informing the reader what the story is about just very briefly. The adverts are also there to fill up any white space just to make the page look a bit more busier, however they don’t draw your attention away from the story because they are quite small.
  11. 11. Pull Quote Headline Strap-Line Copy Copy
  12. 12. Pull Quote Headline Strap-Line Copy Copy
  13. 13. With all Newspaper Features
  14. 14. • I added these features to make the page look more like a newspaper broadsheet which has been published for a real newspaper. I added the date, price, colour codes and the title of the newspaper.

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